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Allies and Morrison submits plans for Ealing Broadway revamp

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AJ120 big hitter Allies and Morrison has submitted plans to redevelop a major site at Ealing Broadway

If approved, the development would demolish the existing buildings at 9-42 The Broadway and 1-4 Haven Place replacing them with 191 homes and 7,500m² of shops arranged around a new pedestrian route into Ealing Broadway Station.

The plans also include a new 460m2 music venue on the site of the original 1960s Ealing Club and a 550m2 cinema.

A campaign had previously been launched to save the historic basement music venue but the developer has argued that it must be flattened along with the rest of the existing buildings on the site.

The large retail-led scheme sits next to Allies and Morrison’s already completed conversion of the Arcadia shopping centre.

Peter Cornforth, director of Retail at Benson Elliot, said: ‘We’re really excited to have submitted plans that we firmly believe will create a fantastic new destination at the heart of Ealing Broadway.

‘A great blend of large and small shops, with apartments and green space above, all benefiting from a new pedestrian street connecting the Broadway with the future Crossrail station. And as a result of public consultation, we’ve introduced some leisure elements to widen the mix and add variety and interest.’

Project data

Location Ealing, London
Type of project town centre regeneration
Architect Allies and Morrison
Client Benson Elliot
Developer Londonewcastle

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Readers' comments (1)

  • Nice that the developer decides what historic buildings will be demolished.
    Otherwise, bland property speculator's architecture which has nothing to do with the character of Ealing.
    The new replacement clock on the redeveloped Arcadia end is totally illegible, Symbolic or what?

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